- Timothy Stanley: Donald Trump, take note: Outcome of Brexit vote could reveal the potential and limits of angry conservatism
- He says fervor of some of "Leave" rhetoric may -- right or wrong -- become linked in British voters' minds to MP Cox's killing
- Stanley: Trump's rhetoric, and the violence at some rallies may also give general election voters' pause
Editor's note: Timothy Stanley, a conservative, is a historian and columnist for Britain's Daily Telegraph. He is the author of "Citizen Hollywood: How the Collaboration Between L.A. and D.C. Revolutionized American Politics." The opinions expressed in this commentary are his.
(CNN)Donald Trump ought to keep a close eye on Britain's vote Thursday on whether to leave the European Union.
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